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ear the Long Bridge. They had in their possession four kegs of powder, a bundle of fuses, and a package of matches. They had taken a boat, and were moving in the direction of the further draw of the Long Bridge, It is supposed with a view to blowing it up. A sergeant of the regiment overheard them essaying their pains. The men were sent to General Mansfield. arrested as A Spy. Yesterday, William H. Craven, of Loudon county, Va., was arrested at the Long Bridge by a squad of Capt. Carrington's company of D. C. volunteers on duty there. The prisoner resided about three miles from Leesburg, and it so happened that Mr. J. H. May, who was a neighbor of his, but who was forced to leave his home because of his loyalty, was detailed for duty with the squad at the bridge. When Craven rode up May recognized him and had him arrested. from Fortress Monroe and the Potomac. The steamer Philadelphia, which left Fortress Monroe at six o'clock on Sunday evening, has reached Was